Latest News

Raspberry Pi powered Pi-top hopes to revolutionize computer education

The new, updated Pi-top is hoping to inspire students to get into computing by taking a ‘learning by doing’ approach. There’s little doubt that we’re heading towards a fourth industrial revolution with the spread of artificial intelligence into more and more of our products, from smart speakers in our living rooms to self-driving cars on […]

HP Pavilion Desktop Computer, Intel Core i5-7400, 8GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, Windows 10 (570-p020, Black)

HP Pavilion Desktop Computer, Intel Core i7-7700, 12GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, Windows 10 (570-p030, Black)HP has shaken up the category with an eye-catching design and full performance. It’s the best thing to happen to towers in over 20… 2017 Flagship HP Pavilion x2 Detachable 10.1″ 2-in-1 HD IPS Touchscreen – Intel Quad-Core Atom x5-Z8300 […]

Android

Google Patents A Notebook Computer With Two Foldable Parts

Google was recently awarded a patent detailing a notebook computer with two foldable parts, with its application being granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The keyboard doesn’t seem to be detachable from the device, with the two being connected by a hinge that can rotate 360 degrees and end up on […]

Researchers inject malware into DNA to hack a computer

Hackers have used all sorts of attack vectors to gain control of someone else’s computer, from USB drives to phishy emails. Now, researchers from the University of Washington predict that we might one day see viruses infect systems through DNA. It’s a far-fetched case, but still worth thinking about. The group of scientists who are […]

Home Press Releases Computer Systems ASUS announces VivoMini VC66R and VC66

Home Press Releases Computer Systems ASUS announces VivoMini VC66R and VC66 DisplayPort delivers more high-performance features than any other digital interface. Designed to replace older standards like DVI and VGA, DisplayPort opens up new possibilities in computing, digital displays and consumer electronics. It’s the future … Read more on displayport.org

Latest News

Computer scientists use wave packet theory to develop realistic, detailed water wave simulations in real time

Think about the last time you were at a lake, river, or the ocean. Remember the ripples of the water, the waves crashing against the rocks, the wake following a boat, the sun reflecting off the crests? Amazingly, the mathematical equations describing many of these phenomena have been known for over a hundred years. The […]